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With the exit of Mitsubishi from the TV market earlier this week, the RPTV is dead. Here's a look back at the last TV that isn't flat.
Company is following in the footsteps of rivals that left the market all the back in 2007 and 2008, according to an internal memo published by an industry site.
Although its dark-room picture quality rivals projectors near its price, the Mitsubishi HC7900DW's low light output contributes to making it a worse value.
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While this Sony's depth of black still falls a bit short of last year's DLP-driven sets', its other image-quality strengths keep it competitive.
The rear-projection Mitsubishi WD-737 series offers the most screen for the least money, and decent picture quality to boot.
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Among the stiff economy car competition, the 2013 Mitsubishi Lancer SE sets itself apart only by its impressive all-wheel-drive system, a feature with limited appeal.
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The WD TV Live (2011) offers a solid combination of must-have streaming services and excellent USB and network file support, making it one of the best devices of its kind available for under $100.
While it's still a step behind the Roku 3, the Apple TV is an excellent streaming box, especially for those invested in the Apple ecosystem.